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Having a newborn in the house

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Good afternoon; this is day 4. What I have realize with having a newborn in one's home and having to administer constant care. One staying in the present all day long. You do not worry about the past or the future. You are so engaged with today.
I have already lost 2 pounds and I have not gone to the gym. I call this type of activity - all hands on deck. Baby is a challenge - yesterday was a really fussy day and both Dh and I were trying to figure out what is going on. I think she is lactose intolerant. Her Similac formula was giving her much gas. She could not always bring it up. My DS had given me a sample box of formula that Simalac had sent him. It contained a formula for babies sensitive to lactose. She has changed 150% today. What a difference? I love my grand daughter but I will love to have my life back. I do not know how parents of multiples do it. Have a good day!
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PRAIRIECROCUS 4/18/2013 5:54PM

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PHEBESS 4/18/2013 1:56AM

    Yeah, I'm not a newborn kind of person! (They SCARE me!)

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DLDMIL 4/17/2013 11:17PM

    emoticon I am not sure I could handle having a newborn in my care at this time. I like my empty nest. Take care and enjoy her this week.

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ANASARI 4/17/2013 8:19PM

    Glad you found a solution for the poor thing! Hope you get sleep soon!
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1CRAZYDOG 4/17/2013 4:22PM

  Awwwww, poor baby dealing with that colic-y problem. Sounds like staying away from milk products is good for her!

Hugs and peace

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RENAISANCEBRIDE 4/17/2013 4:21PM

    I hope she's sleeping better now. Poor thing, it's hard to sleep with gas! When mixing the bottles, do you shake to whole bottle or stir with a spoon or butter knife? Shaking the bottle introduces a lot of air bubbles and unless you let the bottle sit for about 5 mins, the baby ends ups drinking the air bubbles too.

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